Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 471   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 1/4/2021

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Song Description

I was inspired by the Rumi quote, "Gamble Everything For Love." The singer is encouraging a loved one to keep growing, keep delving into personal truths after a personal set back. Reminding the loved one that we are only here a short while and that spreading love is key.

Story Behind the Song

This song was written to include a short line from a Rumi poem. Encouragement in recovery is the theme. A supportive, loving, message for anyone who has come through a personal crisis and is re-appraising what is most important in life.

Lyrics

I hope the rewards of all that you have gambled
Come back to you handsomely now
I hope you remember how well you have handled
Getting' back on track
Not lookin' back
How you gambled everything for love

Gamble everything for love, dear
Gamble everything for love
You're the truest of blue and I treasure you
Hope you gamble everything for love

There once was a time, it was not long ago
You were clawing a grave all your own
It killed me to watch you fall in the deep well
Edging closer to Hell
Devil don't ring that bell
Please gamble everything for love

Gamble everything for love, dear
Gamble everything for love
You're the truest of blue and I treasure you
Hope you gamble everything for love

These clouds in the sky, they're like moments together
They're only around a short while
What'd you see in the heat of that trial by fire
A funeral pyre burnin' bittersweet and rue
Or a burnin' desire to break through
To come back to me
And get back to you being you

I hope you're in touch with your people who love you
Shine a little light on them each day
Old timers remember, you battled that war
When they ask how you pulled yourself up off the floor
Say "I gambled everything for love"

Gamble everything for love, dear
Gamble everything for love
You're the truest of blue and I treasure you
Hope you gamble everything for love

You're the truest of blue and I treasure you
Hope you gamble everything for love

Song Length
3:17
Genres
Country - Americana, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Gracious, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Hope, Relationship

Similar Artists
Carter Family, Bob Dylan
Language
English
Era
1930 - 1939

Lyric Credits Deborah Berg
Music Credits Deborah Berg
Producer Credits Ken Rich
Publisher Credits Bergamot Music
Performance Credits Charlie Giordano, Chris Tedesco, Deborah Berg, Richard Hammond, Sherryl Marshall, Stephanie Seymour